West Florida LB Kalia Davis receives offer from East Carolina

West Fla. LB Kalia Davis received his offer from East Carolina on May 24, and spoke with insideECUsports about the offer and Pirate football

West Florida linebacker Kalia Davis received his offer from East Carolina  on May 24, as his skill set and athleticism piqued the interest of Pirate recruiters. 

Though he has yet to visit, the 6-foot-2, 235 pound Davis plans on coming for his first visit in the coming months, and is looking to meet with the coaches and seeing the football and academic operations. 

"I plan on touring the facilities and meeting with the staff and players," said Davis. "I look forward to chatting with the players and ask them they like the school and campus life."

Davis said that the coaches who have been recruiting have been real positive, and that the coaches are anxious for him to come visit. 

"Coach Anderson came down to officially offer me," said Davis. "He told me I was his favorite linebacker because I can do a bit of everything. He said he wants me to visit ASAP so he can show me what ECU has to offer."

Coach Anderson also told Davis about the intense fan base, and after the offer, Davis got a taste of the passion Pirates have for their team. 

"Coach Anderson told me the fan base is crazy," said Davis. "He wasn't lying either; once I tweeted out the offer and dozens of ECU people followed me and told me I should go there."

Davis' English teacher is actually an ECU grad, and bestowed his knowledge of ECU unto Davis.

"He told me it was a great school with a great campus" said Davis. 

ECU is the 25th offer that Davis has manifested, and it is obvious this man could be a crucial addition to the Pirates' defense as he finished last season with 114 tackles and 4 sacks. 

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